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Time to buy smarter, not buy everything.

12.05.2009 WRITTEN BY Ashley T+P Blog Central

We’ve heard the term tossed about left and right for the past several months now. Apparently, we’re living in the “new normal.” It’s time to buy smarter, not buy everything. This is a huge factor in why many women join Tog & Porter. The thing is, an overflowing closet of clothes that never get wornRead entire article »

Halloween, the last minute costume…

10.30.2009 WRITTEN BY Ashley T+P Blog Central

Here’s the deal with Halloween for me. Either I’m way into it or I completely forget about it until the day before. Thus, leading to a crisis at Goodwill while I try to throw together a clever, fantastic costume by rummaging through used clothes that someone else used to think were, in fact, clever and fantastic.Read entire article »

Never judge a woman by her hairstyle, ever…

8.27.2009 WRITTEN BY Ashley T+P Blog Central

OK, I’m not 10 years-old. I shouldn’t have to be reminded never to judge a book by its cover, but sometimes life throws you a little open-your-eyes-and-dig-deeper-chick. Today, I was tossed a big fat martini in the face (or maybe in this case it would have been Clicquot and a side of neon wayfarers justRead entire article »

The High School Reunion

8.25.2009 WRITTEN BY Ashley T+P Blog Central

I’m attending my first high school reunion this weekend – that’s a big 10 years between knowing everything and realizing I haven’t even scraped the surface. The best part of this reunion might be hearing how everyone reverts to acting like a teenager, while trying to prove how awesome they are now. Thanks to being tight with theRead entire article »

The beauty of drawing outside the lines

7.03.2009 WRITTEN BY Ashley T+P Blog Central

In just a few days, we will launch Trunk Club Women into beta test, joining our equally wonderful brother company Trunk Club, which has been working with members virtually for the past 8 months. Most people look at me a little sideways when I explain the TCW concept, but I tend to think that ifRead entire article »